AMD released a new mobile CPU at the beginning of this year, including 15W and 35W two series, but still can not shake Intel’s mobile dominance, notebook graphics is even more of NVIDIA’s world. According to the exclusive news of WCCFTECH, AMD will soon return to the notebook market with the new RX5500M & 5300M mobile graphics card.
According to reports, AMD is preparing two new GPUs for the mobile field: Radeon RX 5500M and Radeon RX5300M, both will use TSMC’s 7nm process, which will compete with NVIDIA’s mid-range mobile GPU products.
The AMD Radeon RX5500M and RX5300M Navi graphics cards will have a high clock speed due to the 7nm process, and will also be equipped with GDDR6 memory. In contrast, NVIDIA still uses the 12nm process, and its GTX 1650 uses GDDR5 memory.
In terms of specifications, WCCFTECH said that the Radeon RX 5500M will have 1408 stream processors with 14Gbps GDDR6 memory and GPU frequencies up to 1645MHz. WCCFTECH also released a 3DMark 11 running score ranking, for reference only.
If AMD’s new mobile graphics card can really reach the level shown in the above picture, the mid-end game market will undergo tremendous changes, and the “3A” platform products will surprise us with the price.
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